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Jewellery care

Thank you for purchasing our unique jewellery.

Each piece is caringly handcrafted to the highest standards and quality tested. The handcrafted nature of each piece means that, unlike machine manufactured jewellery, there are sometimes indications of the artist’s hand. Consequently, small blemishes in the materials and crafting process are in no way faults but a mark of your distinctive piece.

Caring for metal jewellery

Our metal jewellery is handcrafted from copper, brass, aluminium and sterling silver. Please be aware that these metals will tarnish over time because the combination of air and moisture causes them to oxidise. This is a natural process and creates a variety of beautiful finishes. However, if you prefer a more polished look, you can slow down the tarnishing process by regularly cleaning your metal jewellery, storing it carefully, and following a few simple tips.

Tips to help you care for your handmade metal jewellery:

  • Don't wear jewellery when swimming, or when using household chemicals such as bleach and ammonia.
  • Put your jewellery on after you've applied any deodorant, hand lotions, hair products, perfumes or other beauty products.
  • When not wearing your jewellery, store it in a zip-lock bag to slow down the rate of tarnish. You may even consider investing in some anti-tarnish bags.
  • Use a soft polishing cloth instead of paper towels when polishing your jewellery. We include a complimentary polishing cloth with all our metal jewellery.
  • When cleaning jewellery, we suggest a very gentle soap and water combination before patting the jewellery dry with a soft cloth. Be particularly careful if you're cleaning gemstone jewellery as some stones don't react well to water or jewellery cleaner.
  • Copper jewellery and the copper component of sterling silver can cause skin discolouration if you're sensitive to metals. In this case, we suggest applying a protective coating to the metal parts of the jewellery which come into contact with your skin. Protective coating for jewellery is available in a bottle similar to nail polish and includes an applicator brush. It will need to be reapplied every so often.

Caring for polymer clay jewellery

Our clay jewellery is made from polymer clay with surgical steel or sterling silver hardware. Please be aware that these metals will tarnish over time. You can help to ensure a long life for your polymer clay jewellery by storing it carefully and following a few simple tips.

Tips to help you care for your handmade polymer clay jewellery:

  • Don't wear jewellery when swimming, or when using household chemicals such as bleach and ammonia.
  • Put your jewellery on after you've applied any deodorant, hand lotions, hair products, perfumes, or other beauty products.
  • Take care not to drop your polymer clay jewellery as it will break like any other clay or glass object.
  • When not wearing your jewellery, store it in a box or separate compartment as sharp objects can scratch its surface.
  • Use a soft cloth or wet wipe when cleaning your jewellery.
  • Avoid using jewellery cleaner, solvents, or jewellery cleaning machines as they will damage the polymer clay.

Further Questions?

If you have a further question about caring for your jewellery please Contact us.